Casa Anselma

Flamenco in Seville

True, the music is often more folkloric than flamenco, but this characterful Triana spot is the antithesis of a touristy flamenco tablao (choreographed show), with cheek-to-jowl crowds, zero amplification and spontaneous outbreaks of dancing. Doors don't open till around 11.45pm, and there's an arbitrary admission policy, so you may be refused entry.

Casa Anselma is at the corner of Calle Pages del Corro and Covadonga, and has no sign – look out for two traditional tiled panels reading 'Cafe Refrescos Vinos' above arched entrances.